On this week’s episode, the guys chatted with Vince Long of the Potters Market about the upcoming event. We also hit on cheers, jeers and more sports talk.
The boys are back in town (the boys are back in town)
After a short break, the fellas are back this week to cover what they’ve been up to recently and are joined by the inimitable Monique Douglas, founder of CBK Branding & Consulting and Executive Director of the Brooklyn Collective in uptown Charlotte, and wrap it all up with some cheers and (very specific) jeers.
On this episode, the boys spoke with local writer and host of the Charlotte Readers Podcast, Landis Wade, about his podcast, writing process and new novel, Deadly Declarations. The guys also shared some cheers and jeers and staying up late led to some interesting conversations.
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This week, the boys spoke with Gwen Jackson, Founder & President of Urbane Environments. They discussed the importance of preserving a neighborhood’s identity and brand, and the efforts Gwen is leading to maintain that brand for years to come.
This week, the fellas were joined by Charlotte author Pamela Grundy to discuss her new book LEGACY: Three Centuries of Black History in Charlotte, North Carolina. They also spared some time for Cheers and Jeers, and John gave Miller a new mantra.
The guys were joined by Michael Felder to discuss how great Days of Thunder is, its relevance today and how much Felder misses Charlotte. We also learned about Sam Billings and discussed Charlotte FC excitement.
The guys were joined by internet legend and North Carolina connoisseur, Jeremy Markovich, to discuss the evolution of his newsletter (North Carolina Rabbit Hole), fake Gastonia TikToks and draft North Carolina movies. We also learned the impact former Johnson C Smith president, HL McCrorey, had on Charlotte and celebrate John’s first win coaching his kid in basketball.
John and Miller met up in person to get the inside scoop on the Mayo Bowl and Mayo Dump, place predictions on 2022 Charlotteans of the Year and share some cheers and jeers.
On this week’s pod the boys bemused about their favorite seasonal delights, if it’s ok to have seasonal delights, new pedestrian bridges and made guesses on what would be In for 2022 and said Adios to 2021 things that will most certainly be out.
We entered the fortress of solitude and set up shop around some halloween decorations to discuss pumpkin walls, the Hornets, Jimmie Lee Kirkpatrick, Uptown being a ghost town and more. Plus Miller reveals how weirdly competitive he is.